Are you prepared for shortages?

So I grew up on a farm in western Kansas and we ALWAYS had a garden – too bad I was always moaning and groaning about having to help out with it. I wish I had paid closer attention – So now I have to take the mental scrapings I have left from back then and find help from another source – I stumbled upon this great MADE IN USA company where I can get the help I need and the excellent quality seeds – You can look for yourself.

I got the Survival Vault Super Kit which includes 100% Made in the U.S.A., 100% Non-GMO, 100% Heirloom, 100% Open-Pollinated – Survival, Culinary and Medicinal varieties of seeds.

Click here for more info and if you sign up and create an account you will get sale offers so to save more money you can wait for those, I used the following code and got 20% off my order so you can try that: APRILVAULTS and also for individual packets you can use this code for 30% off – They should work as they worked for me I assume though April they will work on orders – So for 30% off use APRILSHOWERS

At room temperature, you can expect your seeds to survive from 3-7 years. Stored in a cooler climate, you could easily expect a lifespan of 7 to 25 years. (especially when frozen)

Room Temperature: 3-7 Years
Refrigerated: 5-10 Years
Frozen (Recommended): 15-25 Years

I hope this helps someone one day – Being ready for anything is valuable

I like how this one has a variety for healthy cooking and living

All Seed Armory varieties are all: 100% Non-GMO, 100% Heirloom, 100% Open-Pollinated

Packaging provides the longest lasting potential with 25 Year Shelf Stable, Heat Sealed & Resealable Mylar

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